Björk’s ‘Post’ feat. ‘Army Of Me’ is her third studio album released on June 13, 1995 by One Little Indian.
Track Listing : 1.Army Of Me (Björk, Graham Massey) – 03:54 . 2.Hyperballad (Björk) – 05:21 . 3.The Modern Things (Björk, Graham Massey) – 04:10 . 4.It’S Oh So Quiet (Bert Reisfeld, Hans Lang) – 03:38 . 5.Enjoy (Björk, Tricky) – 03:57 . 6.You’Ve Been Flirting Again (Björk) – 02:29 . 7.Isobel (Björk, Marius De Vries, Nellee Hooper, Sjón) – 05:47 . 8.Possibly Maybe (Björk) – 05:06 . 9.I Miss You (Björk, Howie Bernstein) – 04:03 . 10.Cover Me (Björk) – 02:06 . 11.Headphones (Björk, Tricky) – 05:40
Musicians : Björk – Vocals, Keyboards, Organ . Gary Barnacle – Soprano Sax . Stuart Brooks – Trumpet . Jim Couza – Hammer Dulcimer . Einar Orn – Trumpet . Graham Massey – Keyboards . Maurice Murphy – Trumpet . Tony Pleeth – Cello . Guy Sigsworth – Harpsichord . Talvin Singh – Percussion . Rob Smissen – Viola . Tricky – Keyboards . Marius De Vries – Keyboards . Eumir Deodato – Conductor . John Altman – Conductor . Gavin Wright – Orchestra Leader . Tricky – Keyboards
Production : Produced By Nellee Hooper, Graham Massey, Tricky, Howie Bernstein . Howie Bernstein – Engineer, Mixing . Marcus Dravs – Engineer, Mixing . Al Fisch – Engineer . Lenny Franchi – Engineer . Steve Price – Engineer . Al Stone – Engineer . Mark “Spike” Stent – Mixing
Package : Stéphane Sednaoui – Photography . Martin Gardiner – Lotus Flower Modelling . Me Company – Artwork
Recorded 1994 – April 1995 At Compass Point Studios, Bahamas..
Released June 13, 1995 By One Little Indian.
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